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Slater's 'journalist' protection fails That man nottingham he's in everthing.

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Posted 10 December 2015 - 02:44 PM

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He gets quite smutty when his back is against the wall eh
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Posted 10 December 2015 - 03:36 PM

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John Key's rod for his own back. My #cartoon @PressNewsroom #JudithCollins #nzpol
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Posted 11 December 2015 - 10:14 AM

I have voluntary removed the two images/screenshots from this post.

The images were taken this morning by my wife from the LF twitter account.

If the forum member who is named and slandered/defamed in those two images please send me a personal message and I shall forward the images to you if you wish to forward them to the Police.
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Posted 17 December 2015 - 04:35 PM

http://www.thepaepae.com/




http://www.stuff.co....-search-of-home
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Posted 18 December 2015 - 08:27 PM

No surprises - Judith Collins tipped to Nicky Hager ruling
8:19 PM Friday Dec 18, 2015
Posted Image Re-instated Cabinet Minister Judith Collins after the swearing-in ceremony at Parliament, Wellington. Photo / Mark MitchellFresh into her old ministerial role, revived Police Minister Judith Collins is straight back to being briefed on matters close to the scandal that plunged her into the political wilderness a year ago.

As the High Court judgment over a search warrant used on the home of journalist Nicky Hager was made public, police national headquarters reached out to their minister with the latest development in the investigation into the hacking of blogger Cameron Slater's computer.

It was that illegal computer hack that caused Ms Collins so much political grief before last year's election, when Hager used Slater's communications to write the book Dirty Politics.

The latest news, of which Ms Collins' office was among the first to know, was that the High Court had ruled unlawful the warrant used to search Hager's home.

A spokesman for police headquarters said that "under the no surprises policy, the minister's office was advised yesterday afternoon of the decision by Justice Clifford, plus our media response". He said no other information had been provided.

Ms Collins' office confirmed that, saying: "She hasn't been told anything she wouldn't hear in the newspaper. They just told us what they were saying. You've got as much information as she has. She hasn't and won't be making comment."

The spokeswoman later emailed saying: "Police emailed the minister's office a copy of Justice Clifford's decision at 3.52pm. This was not requested by either the minister or the minister's office."

The outcome of the case was announced about 4.15pm by Hager's lawyers and the judgment was available from the High Court at Wellington at 4.40pm.

Ms Collins' spokeswoman said: "I forwarded a copy of the judgment to the minister at 5.14pm, by which time it was a public document. The police also sent me a copy of its press statement at 4.46pm (again not requested). This information was passed on to the minister at 5.02pm. It was released by police at 5.05pm."

The hacker called Rawshark provided the source material for Hager's book. Emails and social media chat exchanges between Ms Collins and Slater showed a close relationship, with discussion involving Official Information Act requests, image management and gossip around Parliament.

Both Mrs Collins and Slater later told the Herald the material was forged, although details in the correspondence were independently verified.

Slater complained to the police about the hacking, sparking an investigation that led to a perceived police need to search Hager's house. The judgment yesterday said the search was unlawful on a number of grounds, with a focus on police failure to properly advise the judge of details of the inquiry and its targets.

Among the information released by Rawshark was an email from Ms Collins' private account showing the identity and contact details of a public servant Simon Pleasants, who the blog accused of leaking information. The public servant was later subject to a death threat by a commenter on Slater's Whale Oil blog.

A statement on the Department of Internal Affairs website this year shows Ms Collins settled matters through the Privacy Commissioner with an "assurance... that at no time did she consider Mr Pleasants had leaked information, as was suggested by the Whale Oil blog".

"Mr Pleasants has indicated he accepts Mrs Collins' statement that she had no knowledge about why Mr Pleasants' work title and contact details were sought by the Whale Oil blog, and that she made no allegation to the Whale Oil blog that Mr Pleasants might have breached confidence.

"The Department of Internal Affairs is pleased Mr Pleasants' reputation as a professional public servant has been upheld and notes that Mr Pleasants now considers the matter closed."

For all the focus on Dirty Politics, it wasn't the book or even a hacked email that sparked Ms Collins's resignation. Instead, an email sent by a third party to the Prime Minister's office led to her stepping down. In it, Slater wrote to another person: "I also spoke at length with the minister responsible today (Judith Collins). She is gunning for Feeley," he said in reference to the then head of the Serious Fraud Office, Adam Feeley.

The email suggested Ms Collins was involved in a plot to undermine Mr Feeley, leading to an inquiry, which cleared her of any wrongdoing.

She said she had been "incredibly let down" by Slater, who had "used" her name in an email of which she had no knowledge.

This month, she was returned to the Cabinet by the Prime Minister, putting her back in an office where police have now updated her on the Hager search warrant case -- a development in an investigation sparked by Slater, whom she has described as a "family friend".

Labour Party Shadow Attorney-General David Parker said the awkward closeness of the relationship and the briefing showed Ms Collins was in the wrong job. He said it also showed the "no surprises" policy was being taken too far, with ministers told of matters they did not need to know about.

"I think it shows she should never have been made Minister of Police again. For her to be put in this position is really insulting to the public."

Slater did not respond to a request for comment.

- NZ Herald
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Posted 19 December 2015 - 07:55 AM

http://yournz.org/20...ames-the-judge/
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Posted 20 December 2015 - 10:15 PM

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Posted 22 December 2015 - 04:21 PM

Green Party seeks investigation over search on Nicky Hager's home
11:19 AM Tuesday Dec 22, 2015


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The police search was attempting to uncover the identity of the hacker who supplied Hager with information for his book. Photo / Christine CornegeThe police's unlawful search of Nicky Hager's home has prompted a complaint to the police watchdog.

The Green Party has asked the Independent Police Conduct Authority to investigate the decisions made by police which led to the search of the Dirty Politics author's Wellington home in October 2014.

The police search was attempting to uncover the identity of the hacker who supplied Hager with information for his book, but was last week ruled unlawful at the High Court.

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Police house raid on investigative journalist Nicky Hager found to be unlawful

Green Party co-leader Metiria Turei said: "There are many unanswered questions from the Dirty Politics scandal, and why the police made the decision to search Mr Hager's home is one of them."


She said fundamental issues of democracy were at stake, in particular the right of the media to operate free from political interference.

"Nicky Hager's home was unlawfully searched as a result of his journalism and there are now serious questions needing to be answered about the treatment of Mr Hager, and about the dirty tricks campaign run out of the Prime Minister's office."

Hager's book was released in the lead-up to the general election and alleged that the Prime Minister's office and then-Justice Minister Judith Collins used attack blogs to discredit their opponents.

- NZ Herald

http://www.nzherald....jectid=11564775
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Posted 23 December 2015 - 01:36 PM

Slater shouldn't have paid a hacker to discredit "lefties"

He lost the Bloomfield case

In fact he's lost most if what he's challenged...

Waste of police resources as he goes running telling tales all the time

Like another tosser, they can dish it out, but when people retaliate they run off to the courts and lose!
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Posted 03 April 2016 - 05:58 PM

Important dates this month.

Manukau Court
15th April
19th April
20th April

http://yournz.org/20...acker/#comments
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Posted 03 April 2016 - 06:43 PM

please note

the unknown blogger...

attempted to pervert justice by presenting papers to a judge, who was NOT AMUSED that the blogger (and mate Marc spring, slaters mate also)....

tried to dupe the judiciary...


bogging up the courts with their ongoing narcissism....
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Posted 24 June 2016 - 04:16 PM

The end is near for the fat boy.

https://yournz.org/2...4/lauda-farsum/
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Posted 25 June 2016 - 11:14 AM

Seems like broken fat boy has taken a pop on twitter

Re a certain detective from CIB

Loving the new technology recently purchased

Took 2 seconds to work out how to screen shot the evidence...

Will send/ keep that for posterity...
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Posted 27 September 2016 - 09:43 AM

http://www.whaleoil....-to-each-other/

Now that slater is out of favour

Perhaps the PC will take our privacy breach seriously....

So many things take years to sort out....
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Posted 27 September 2016 - 11:15 AM

View Postnot their victim, on 27 September 2016 - 09:43 AM, said:

http://www.whaleoil....-to-each-other/

Now that slater is out of favour

Perhaps the PC will take our privacy breach seriously....

So many things take years to sort out....

someone else to attack now irene :o
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Posted 27 September 2016 - 12:30 PM

Fuck off Butler

All you are doing is showing how insane you really are

What an old has been!
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Posted 27 September 2016 - 01:30 PM

irene you believe everyone is someone else and then get really angry so whos the nutter :lol:
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Posted 27 September 2016 - 03:18 PM

Fuck off Butler

All you are doing is showing how insane you really are

What an old has been!
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Posted 28 September 2016 - 10:06 AM

http://www.whaleoil....on-for-concern/

Whinging about his privacy

Isn't he supposed to have paid someone to hack for him?

Marie Schroff said it was of no importance as to who handed Slater the spreadsheet with 9600 personal details

On claim
Off claim
Weekly comp
Dates of appeals
Districts we are in ( by codes)

Etc etc

The Privacy Matters that pertain to all of us were
NEVER ADRESSED IN A CORRECT LAWFUL MANNER

THe SCU claimants were offered 250 $

Some..but few, were offered an apology

But most had denial, let alone acknowledgement...

And...the only time slater could claim journalist protection of source was when he was paid editor at the now defunct TRUTH TABLOID
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Posted 28 September 2016 - 04:52 PM

http://www.nzherald....jectid=11718637
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